Dhammakaya Foundation gave the relief packages to the flood victims

Dhammakaya Temple and Foundation have brought the relief packages, which contain alms from the Morning Alms Round Project, to give the flood victims.

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Dhammakaya Foundation gave the relief packages to the flood victims
 


Dhammakaya Temple and Foundation have brought the relief packages, which contain alms from the Morning Alms Round Project, to give the flood victims.

The temple has given 48,423 packages to 42 flood areas.
News:  Dhammakaya Temple helps the flood victims
Now many flood areas are not better because of the continuous rainfall.  Thai people in many parts of Thailand are suffering from this disaster.  Many areas are under the water, so many families do not have any places to stay.  A lot of people trouble because of the flood.

The flood areas in 2011
Death:  130 people
Number of affected areas:  56 provinces, 494 districts, 3,408 sub-districts
Number of victims:  1,835,201 households, 6,464,402 people
Information Source:  Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation
Issued Date:  September 21st, 2011
 
The Most Critical Areas
The Critical Areas
  The Affected Areas
 1. Phitsanulok
1.Chiang Rai
1. Maehongson
2. Phichit
2. Chiang Mai
2. Lampang
3. Nakhon Sawan
3. Nan
3. Lamphun
 
4. Uttaradit
4. Tak
 
5. Sukhothai
5. Kamphaengphet
 
6. Uthaithani
6. Nongkhai
 
7. Kalasin
7. Loei
 
8. Khon Kaen
8. Nongbualamphu
 
9. Chaiyaphum
9. Phetchabun
 
10. Lopburi
10. Mahasarakham
 
11. Saraburi
11. Amnatcharoen
 
12. Prachinburi
12. Yasothon
 
13. Ubon Ratchathani
13. Roi-et
 
14. Singburi
14. Sisaket
 
15. Angthong
15. Nakhon Ratchasima
 
16. Ayutthaya
16. Chachoengsao
 
17. Pathum Thani
17. Srakaew
 
18. Phuket
18. Chonburi
 
19. Trang
19. Chantaburi
 
 
20. Trat
 
 
21. Suphanburi
 
 
22. Nakhon Pathom
 
 
23. Ranong
 
 
24. Phangnga
 
 
25. Suratthani
 
 
26. Krabi
 
 
27. Satun
 
Dhammakaya Temple and Foundation led by the Most Ven. Phrarajbhavanavisudh (Luang Phaw Dhammajayo), the abbot of Dhammakaya Temple and the president of Dhammakaya Foundation, has assigned his disciples in many areas to bring the relief packages from the Morning Alms Round to 1,000,000 Monks from 77 provinces Project to offer to the affected temples and give to the victims in the flood areas who are troubling because of lacking the 4 requisites.

The flood situation now is very serious because some victims’ houses are under the water including food, drinking water, medicines and things are insufficient and people cannot afford them easily.  The temple realizes that the victims may face the health problems and the dangers from pests and waterborne diseases, so the temple has helped the victims as described in the tables below.
 


Dhammakaya Foundation helps the flood victims in 2011
 No D/M/Y
Number of Relief Package
Receivers
1
January 31st, 2011
200
Songkram Piset Center, Lopburi province
 2
February 7th, 2011
73
Khlong Luang, Pathum Thani province
 3
February 8th, 2011
1,000
Sisaket province
 4
February 11th, 2011
200
Khlong Luang, Pathum Thani province
 5
April 1st, 2011
9,500
Krabi and Nakhon Srithammarat provinces
 6
June 26th, 2011
500
Phrathat Changkham Temple, Muang district, Nan province
 7
June 28th, 2011
2,000
Phrae province
 8
August 20th, 2011
5,000
Sukhothai province
 9
August 23rd, 2011
150
Nakhon Sawan province
 10
August 26th, 2011
1,000
Prachinburi province
 11
August 26th, 2011
400
Nakhon Sawan province
 12
September 6th, 2011
4,000
Phitsanulok province
 13
September 6th, 2011
1,500
Phichit province
 14
September 7th, 2011
1,500
Prachinburi province
 15
September 9th, 2011
1,600
Ayutthaya province
 16
September 10th, 2011
400
Phitsanulok province
 17
September 11th, 2011
200
Nutrition Volunteer in Nakhon Sawan province
 18
September 11th, 2011
200
Nutrition Volunteer in Nakhon Ratchasima province
 19
September 11th, 2011
300
Nutrition Volunteer in Ayutthaya province
 20
September 11th, 2011
100
Nutrition Volunteer in Suphanburi province
 21
September 11th, 2011
100 
Nutrition Volunteer in Chainat province
 22
September 11th, 2011
100
Nutrition Volunteer in Uthaithani province
 23
September 12th, 2011
450
Nakhon Sawan province
 24
September 14th, 2011
1,300
Suphanburi province
 25
September 14th, 2011
300
Bang Pahan district, Ayutthaya province
 26
September 16th, 2011
300
Ayutthaya province
 27
September 16th, 2011
400
Sena district, Ayutthaya province
 28
September 16th, 2011
1,500
Angthong province
 29
September 18th, 2011
1,450
Ayutthaya province
 30
September 19th, 2011
700
Singburi province
 31
September 19th, 2011    
2,200
Phukhaew district, Chaiyaphum province
 32
September 20th, 2011
600
Nakhon Nayok province
 33
September 20th, 2011
300
Bangkok
 34
September 20th, 2011
500
Suphanburi province
 35
September 21st, 2011
1,000
Uttaradit province
 36
September 22nd, 2011
2,500
Phichit province
 37
September 23rd, 2011
1,800
Prachinburi province
 38
September 23rd, 2011
700
Chainat province
 39
September 23rd, 2011
700
Chainat province
 40
September 23rd, 2011    
600
Ayutthaya province
 41
September 24th, 2011
100
Pathum Thani province
 42
September 25th, 2011
1,000
Lopburi province
 
Total
48,423
 (Data date: September 25th, 2011)
Table 1 – The number of the temple’s relief packages for the flood victims in 2011
 
 
The temple gave 31,086 relief packages to 41 flood areas in 2010

Dhammakaya Foundation helped the flood victims in 2010
 
No
D/M/Y
Number of Relief Package
Receivers
1
October 23rd, 2010
300
Nongwaeng sub-district, Khokesoong district, Srakaew province
2
  October 27th, 2010  100
Bangphonue sub-district, Samkhoke district, Pathum Thani province
3
  October 28th, 2010 100
-
4
  October 30th, 2010  100
Srichula sub-district, Muang district, Nakhon Nayok province
5
  November 3rd, 2010 2,000
Hat Yai district, Songkhla province
6
November 3rd, 2010
300
Khlongsam sub-district, Khlong Luang district, Pathum Thani province
7
  November 4th, 2010  132
Nongwaeng sub-district, Khokesoong district, Srakaew province
8
  November 4th, 2010  200
Nongwaeng sub-district, Khokesoong district, Srakaew province
9
November 4th, 2010
  500
Banphotphisai district, Nakhon Sawan province
10
November 5th, 2010
600
Phranakhon Sri Ayutthaya district
11
  November 5th, 2010 300
Chonburi province
12
  November 3rd, 2010  300
Singburi province
13
  November 5th, 2010  200
Pathum Thani province
 14
November 6th, 2010
1,480
Nongson sub-district, Chiang Yuen, Mahasarakham province
 15
November 9th, 2010  400
Thato sub-district, Maharat district, Ayutthaya province
 16
November 10th, 2010
  300
Huawieng Municipality Office
 17
November 9th, 2010
100
Bangphonue sub-district, Samkhoke district, Pathum Thani province
 18
  November 9th, 2010 300
Samkhoke sub-district, Samkhoke district, Pathum Thani province
 19
  November 11th, 2010  1,014
Suphanburi province
 20
  November 9th, 2010  1,000
Suphanburi province
21
  November 11th, 2010 1,000
Song Phi Nong district, Suphanburi province
22
November 11th, 2010
60
Song Phi Nong district, Suphanburi province
23
November 12th, 2010
150
Phattalung province
24
  November 12th, 2010 300
Yala province
25
  November 13th, 2010 195
Song Phi Nong district, Suphanburi province
26
November 19th, 2010
  110
Nondaeng district, Nakhon Ratchasima province
27
  November 20th, 2010  500
Bang Plama district, Suphanburi province
28
  November 20th, 2010  235
Song Phi Nong district, Suphanburi province
29
November 20th, 2010
  860
Chainat, Ayutthaya and Saraburi province
30
November 11th, 2010
  2,500
Chaiyaphum province
31
  November 16th, 2010 200
Lopburi province
32
  November 4th, 2010 500
Singburi province
33
  November 4th, 2010 40
Ban Paeng district, Singburi province
34
  November 4th, 2010  2,500
Nakhon Ratchasima
35
  November 4th, 2010  500
Khon Kaen province
36
  November 4th, 2010 1,000
Lopburi province
37
  November 4th, 2010  1,600
Ayutthaya, Saraburi and Lopburi provinces
38
  October 20th, 2010  1,260
Ayutthaya province
 39
October 21st, 2010
2,732
Chaiyaphum province
 40
November 21st, 2010
4,268
Chaiyaphum province
 41
December 3rd, 2010
850
Suphanburi province
 
  Total  31,086
 
 Table 2 – The number of the temple’s relief packages for the flood victims in 2010
 
 
Please give the helping hands for the flood victims
Dhammakaya Foundation is open to receive rice, dried food and other requisites to help the flood victims.  For the interested people, please contact the Head Office of Dhammakaya Foundation or the Master Nun Chand Khonnokyoong Refectory.  For more information, please call 02-831-1170 – 2.


Translated by Chadawee Chaipooripat


 

 

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